Deep Water Running
This invigorating, impact-free class works and tones all muscle groups. It's perfect for stretching running muscles or training for an upcoming race.
Private Swimming Lessons - Adult
Working with a certified water safety instructor, adult swimmers can work on skills in the Red Cross Swim Basics or Sport Program. Whether you are looking for advancements in your workout or a little extra help, this one-on-one experience can provide it.
Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard Instructor
Red Cross Lifeguard. Skilled. Proud. Ready.
This instructor certification course prepares Water Safety Instructors to teach the Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard Course.
UCalgary Lifeguard Games
This event represents a unique opportunity to test your lifeguard training and skills in a competitive environment. The competition includes: fitness challenges, in-pool scenarios, lifeguard skills and knowledge, first aid situations, and fun lifeguard games.
This event is open to teams of 4 certified lifeguards.
Water Wars Tug -O- War will have teams of 4 paddlers in one Dragon Boat.
Teams will paddle to see who will be the ultimate champion in the Olympic size pool.
Check out this video to get an idea of the fun to be had.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbNaRE0gbXg
Adult Swim Basics 1
We help increase your comfort level and confidence in the water through floats, glides, kicking and swimming. Work with your Water Safety Instructor to set goals to develop your swimming skills. An introduction to swimming with a focus on front swim.
Adult Swim Basics 2
Help increase your comfort level and confidence in the water through floats, glides, kicking and swimming. Work with your Instructor to set goals to develop your swimming skills. Focus on developing the front and back crawl, establishing comfort in deep water, and increasing swimming distance.
Adult Swim Strokes
We help you develop several swimming strokes, working toward proficiency and increased endurance. Work with your instructor to set your goals and priorities. If you are interested in developing your strokes so that you can begin to train for a triathlon, this is the course for you.
Adult Swim Workout
Join the Red Cross Swim Workout and learn how to develop your own swimming training program. Learn skills and techniques to bring your strokes to the next level and get exposed to all that the water can do for you.
Deep Water Fitness
These invigorating, impact-free classes work and tone all muscle groups. What a great way to burn fat and have fun!
Water Safety Instructor Step 1 - Skills Evaluation
The Water Safety Instructor (WSI) program prepares you to instruct Red Cross Swim Programs. This evaluation ensures that you have the necessary water safety knowledge, strokes and skills equivalent to the Red Cross Swim Kids 10 performationce criteria and Instructor Emergency Response skills.
WSI candidates are required to complete the WSI Step 4: Classroom and Pool component within one year of the successful completion of the WSI Step 1: Skills Evaluaiton.
Water Safety Instructor Step 2 - Online Modules
The Water Safety Instructor (WSI) program prepares you to instruct Red Cross Swim Programs. These online modules focus on the theory of instruction through videos, virtual games, online activities, workbook exercises, and a knowledge evaluation at the end of each module.
After completing your Skills Evaluation, purchase your course materials package from the Client Services deek (KNA 104) to gain access to the online component.
You will have 6 months after completing the Online Modules to begin your Step 3: Teaching Experience.
Water Safety Instructor Step 3 - Teaching Experience
The Water Safety Instructor (WSI) program prepares you to instruct Red Cross Swim programs. In your teaching experience, you will assist a supervising Water Safety Instructor for first-hand experience with teaching progressions and swimmer skills in a class setting. This provides a frame of reference to reflect on and link to the theory of the course.
The Step 3: Teaching Experience must be completed within 6 months of finishing the Step 2: Online Modules, and prior to starting the Step 4: Classroom and Pool component.
Water Safety Instructor Step 4 - Classroom/Pool
The Water Safety Instructor (WSI) program prepares you to instruct Red Cross Swim programs. In the Classroom/Pool sessions, you will demonstrate and receive feedback on your instruction skills to ensure you can effectively plan, teach, and evaluate the Red Cross Swim programs.
Water Safety Instructor Step 4 - Transfer Only
The Water Safety Instructor Transfer course provides Swimming Instructors certified by another aquatic agency with instructional knowledge and skills specific to the Red Cross Swim programs.
Participants must complete the Step 1: Skills Evaluation, Step 2: Online Modules, and Step 3: Teaching Experience of the Water Safety Instructor program prior to this 1 hour debrief.
Water Safety Instructor Recert
The Water Safety Instructor Recertification Clinic is developed by the Red Cross. There are classroom and pool components. You must participate in all portions of the clinic.
Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard
The Canadian Red Cross Lifeguard program has been developed in accordance with rigorous Red Cross quality standards and will meet all provincial/territorial legislation requirements in addition to being aligned with the international lifeguard standards.
Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard with Standard First Aid
Two certifications, one course! Take your first steps towards becoming a Red Cross lifeguard with this combo course.
Red Cross Lifeguard
Red Cross Lifeguard is a two-step certification program designed to provide candidates with the knowledge and skills to become effective lifeguards.
Red Cross Lifeguard Recertification
In this course certified Red Cross Lifeguards will get the chance to renew and refresh their skills. Challenge your current abilities while reviewing your existing knowledge base.
NL (National Lifeguard) Recertification
The NL Recertification clinic is highly recommended for all lifeguards. Recertification of your National Lifeguard (NL) certification is based on the ability to meet ALL performance criteria (Must Sees) laid out by the Lifesaving Society. Candidates are encouraged to practice skills and review knowledge to prepare for the recertification course. Ongoing training and maintaining an appropriate level of fitness is important to being able to lifeguard effectively.